Working to replenish and sustain the natural and cultural resources of the Pupukea and Waimea Ahupua'a for present and future generations through active community stewardship, education, and partnerships.
NEW! See what we did Feb 21 at Sharks' Cove click here..
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Native Plant Training
MPW and Hui Kū Maoli Ola, along with partnership with Waimea Valley's Botanical Department, held our first Native Plants Community Training Workshop at Sharks Cove.
The soil that is washing into the water is harming our fragile marine ecosystem and can cause major damage if we are not careful and proactive. Our Sharks Cove Community Planting Project is a pilot project to restore the coastline above Sharks Cove.
Community Planting Project
Please join us
as we remove invasive weeds, plant native Hawaiian coastal species and help to improve rapid erosion on the west bluff above Sharks Cove. Too much sedimentation can kill our fragile reef below.
We need your help!
Ocean Operations Require Permits
All ocean recreation commercial operations now require permitsclick here for more info
Big Surf in the Cove
Here's a cool photo sequence of MPW Volunteer Palakiko Yagodich and his father-in-law, Steve Schroeder watching as a 25 foot wave moves in through the Cove.